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A review on genus Millettia: Traditional uses, phytochemicals and pharmacological activities
A number of studies have reported use to treat infected wounds, skin disorders, cough, rheumatoid pain, ulcer, menstrual disorder, inflammation, bronchititis, toothache, muscle ache, tuberculosis, hepatitis and bruises, etc.
The Millettia genus exhibits an extensive variety of biological activities, such as antibacterial, antiviral, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiplasmodial, anti-allergy, anti-tumour, cognitive activity and cytotoxicity.
The major traditional use of Millettia species as reviewed involved in the treatment of joint pain, rheumatoid arthritis, hepatitis amenorrhea, tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis, fish poison, insecticide, skin disease, vermifuge which have been validated scientifically.1
Genus Paeonia: A comprehensive review on traditional uses, phytochemistry, pharmacological activities, clinical application, and toxicology
In phytochemical investigations, 451 compounds have been isolated from Paeonia plants to date, which contains monoterpenoid glucosides, flavonoids, tannins, stilbenes, triterpenoids and steroids, and phenols. Studies of their pharmacological activities have revealed the antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antitumour, antibacterial, antiviral, cardiovascular protective, and neuroprotective properties of the genus Paeonia.2
Antiinflammatory, analgesic and antioxidant activities of Cyathula prostrata (Linn.) Blume (Amaranthaceae)
The results suggest that the methanolic extract of Cyathula prostrata possesses anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities and this authenticates the use of the plant in the traditional treatment of ailments associated with inflammation and pain.3
Constituents and pharmacological effects of Eucommia and Siberian ginseng
The extracts of Eucommia showed anti-hypertensive, anti-complementary, anti-oxidative, and anti-gastric ulcer effects, and promoting collagen synthesis, accelating granuloma formation, and other pharmacological effects.4
A Review of Recent Research Progress on the Astragalus Genus
In pharmacological studies, crude extracts of Astragalus, as well as isolated constituents showed anti-inflammatory, immunostimulant, antioxidative, anti-cancer, antidiabetic, cardioprotective, hepatoprotective, and antiviral activities.5